According to the medical community there is no known cure for multiple sclerosis, they only offer medications that can help keep the exacerbations to a minimum so that the patient can enjoy some semblance of a normal life. This is fine for some patients, however the side effects of some of the medications being used can be very damaging to the rest of the body, and many of them cause irrevocable damage to the liver. In recent years there has been a lot of study into natural cures for MS that do no harm to the body.
Multiple sclerosis is an autoimmune disease that seems mostly to affect those in the more affluent areas of the world where the diet consists of a large percentage of processed foods. These processed foods have been stripped of so much of their naturally occurring nutrients that they do very little good for the body. By adding these nutrients back into the diet many patients have found that the symptoms they suffered with have been greatly reduced. Natural cures for MS may over time be found to be the answer, but perhaps the best way to prevent it is to eat this way all the time.
Those studying natural cures for MS recommend that the patient adds in large amounts of Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids. These can be found in a variety of seafood and supplements, they can also be found in many different leafy green vegetables such as lettuce and kale. Of course eating a diet that is low in saturated fats is good for everyone but most especially the multiple sclerosis patients. While there are theoretically no cures for MS, natural foods that are grown organically have been shown to reduce the risks associated with the many chemicals used in today’s commercial farming.
As we continue to look for cures for MS, natural foods combined with physical exercises like yoga are showing some remarkable progress in helping patients to reduce the effects associated with the disease. In some documented cases there have been visible reduction seen in the number of lesions and the re-occurrence of them simply by eating a very healthy natural diet and getting the proper exercise.
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